Sharing a Scarce Resource

By Thomas Renner Water is a treasured resource in the community of Brighton, Colorado. With an average annual rainfall of only 15 inches per year,...

Wastewater Treatment Technology Doesn’t Have To Be New To Be Disruptive

By Matt Hale, HRS Heat Exchangers The term “disruptive technology” can be found everywhere across wastewater treatment, from conferences to whitepapers, and from small industrial...

A World in Crisis Needs Safe Water

By Dominic Sims, International Code Council Although 70 percent of our planet is covered with water, less than one percent is drinkable. Clean water is...

Toilet Paper Shortage Causing Sewer Pump Clogs? Here’s the Remedy!

By Stacy Belanger and Troy Heimerl, JWC Environmental You’ve seen the news reports and posts on social media, maybe even experienced it firsthand, about an...

On-site Electro-oxidation of Difficult to Treat Wastewater

By Hossein Zarrin, Element Six Water supply is a global concern and, driven by population growth and global industrialization, the demand for clean water is...

Solving the Phosphorus Issue

By Rob Martindale, Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group Chemical Support Systems Ltd. (CSS) has been established for thirty years as a Cheshire, United Kingdom-based electrical and...

Grit Out, Power Up

By Soren Rasmussen, Landia A decade since it began, Cannington Bio Energy’s hive of activity is impressive—with volumes of waste arriving, waste being treated—and green...

When to Replace Your RO Membrane

By Wes Byrne, U.S. Water On the surface, it might seem that knowing when to replace the membrane elements in a reverse osmosis (RO) system...

Keeping the Water Where You Want It in Tunnel Construction

By Pablo Garcia, Sulzer As well as rock and soil, major tunneling projects involve the movement of large volumes of another important element: water. The...

The “First Line of Defense” in Protecting Membrane Filters

By Carlo Chatman For municipal water authorities, pre-filtration of water is critical to protect and extend the life of membrane systems, as well as increase...